Rock legends AC/DC will play Hampden Park in the summer as part of their 2015 tour.

The band will play the stadium on Sunday, June 28, their first show at the venue since they played Highway to Hampden in June 2009. The group, who recently released new album Rock or Bust, will also play Dublin's Aviva Stadium on Wednesday, July 1 and London's Wembley Stadium on Saturday, July 4. AC/DC rocker Malcolm Young left the band earlier this year. It was confirmed he was suffering from dementia and his nephew will replace his role in the band. Young, who emigrated from Scotland to Australia at the age of 10 with his family, formed AC/DC in 1973 with his younger brother Angus, who has famously dressed as a schoolboy onstage for many years. The band have previously survived the death of their singer when Bon Scott died in 1980 after a night of heavy drinking in London. He was replaced by Brian Johnson, who has remained as vocalist ever since. They have been a huge draw on the rock circuit for decades, creating anthems such as Highway To Hell and Back In Black, although they have tended to have album rather than single success. Their songs were used as the soundtrack for the movie Iron Man 2. AC/DC's albums have been few and far between in recent years and their most recent release, 2008 chart-topper Black Ice, was only their third since 1990. Tickets for the show go on sale on Wednesday, December 17 at 9.30am and for more information visit